Appointment of Auditor
Drafting of resolution(s) and General Meeting Notice with Explanatory Statement for any one option. Inclusive of taxes.
The first auditor of a company, other than a Government company, shall be appointed by the Board of Directors within thirty days from the date of registration of the company and such auditor shall hold office till the conclusion of the first Annual General Meeting of the Company.
Every company shall, at the first annual general meeting, appoint an individual or a firm as an auditor who shall hold office from the conclusion of that meeting till the conclusion of its sixth annual general meeting and thereafter till the conclusion of every sixth meeting.
Casual vacancy to be filled by the Board of Directors within thirty days, but if such casual vacancy is as a result of the resignation of an auditor, such appointment shall also be approved by the company at a General Meeting convened within three months of the recommendation of the Board. The Auditor/ Audit Firm shall hold the office till the conclusion of the next Annual General Meeting;
Special notice shall be required from members proposing to move a resolution at the next Annual General Meeting to appoint a person other than the retiring auditor or to provide that the retiring auditor shall not be re-appointed. Such special notice shall not be required in case where the retiring auditor has completed a consecutive tenure of five years or, as the case may be, ten years, as provi
all inclusive fees
all inclusive fees
● Hold Board Meeting
● Send letter to Auditors/ Audit Form seeking consent and eligibility as well as quotation
● Hold 2nd Board Meeting
● Decide on the Auditor/Audit firm based on quotations received.
● Appoint Auditor either in Board Meeting/General Meeting
● File requisite Forms